Meet our Sock It To ‘Em Campaign team who help get socks out to men, women and children who are experiencing homelessness.

Susan Elizabeth Lee

Co-Founder and Executive Director

Sue holds a B.S. Degree in Education from Kent State University. She is a Life Management Skills Educator and speaks publicly on the topic of EQ/Emotional Intelligence. She is the CEO of EQ Media, Inc. Which teaches and produced EQ programming for preschoolers and is currently working on what will hopefully be the development of a TV Series for preschoolers titled, “I Believe in Me!” In addition, she is an acrylic artist with a collection of artwork available entitled, “Predominantly Poppies” that is on exhibit in Colorado.

Susan Elizabeth Lee

Co-Founder and Chief Program Officer

Phillis holds a B.A. Degree in Communications from California State University, Dominguez Hills. She is an instructor, holistic healing practitioner and speaker who empowers people to awaken self through personal growth and self-discovery. She teaches enneagram, the nine challenges and speaks to groups on living a fully impactful and powerful life.

Tammie Limoges

Chief Development and Operations Officer

Tammie holds a B.S. Degree in Business with an emphasis on Entrepreneurship and Nonprofits. She is an Independent Contractor that specializes in assisting nonprofits to achieve their goals, creating internal operational structure, improving board development, as well as creating and implementing fundraising plans and events. For 25 years, she has worked in the nonprofit sector as an Executive Director, CEO, Chief Development Officer, and Event Planner, working in local, statewide, national and international positions, while also owning several for profit businesses.

Brenda Stewart

Grants Manager

Brenda holds a bachelor’s degree in Sociology/Journalism, a Master’s degree in Communications, and a Master’s degree in Nonprofit Management. She is a former journalist and humanitarian aid worker in conflict zones, with 20 years of leadership experience in nonprofits, and works as an independent contractor with professional organizational development, fundraising, and communications.

This organization helped so many homeless in Oklahoma with socks to warm their feet. I’m so thankful to have met them and to be an ambassador for them. They are doing fantastic work. And changing the world one sock at a time.




The Sock It To Em Sock Campaign aims to cover the feet of as many of those in need as possible before each new year.


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